What Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter's 2015 Yearbooks Say About Us

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As Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr, Twitter and more document 2015 through the lens of their own platforms, The Verge's Lizzie Plaugic reflects on what these year-end videos say about us.

"Looking back on all of these reviews, it’s as if 2015 happened several different times in several different ways, making reality not a distinct thing, but a reflection of where on the internet you spent the most time," she writes. "These Platform Yearbooks, like any other yearbook, are collections of the year’s most captivating photos, the most popular people, and the most-talked about events — except now everyone has signed up to be a member of the yearbook club."

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